What happened to copy adjustments, auto-sync functions in the CC version?

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Some shortcuts like crop, filters, etc. were also changed from Lightroom Classic to CC. Please give them back.
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Rex Wei

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Posted 11 months ago

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Rick Spaulding, Champion

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Lightroom CC is not meant to be an upgrade for Lightroom but is a stand alone product with different functions built around a cloud based, mobile workflow. To use the tools you have become accustomed to you might want to try Lightroom Classic which is an upgrade of your previous software. 
On the other hand if you try Lightroom CC and like it, feel free to post these as Ideas one at a time so they will get logged as feature requests. 

We are looking forward to hearing what our users want in the new Lightroom CC. Thanks for your ideas!
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Don't you think it a bit late to be only looking now for ideas of what it should do?
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Rex Wei

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Ho there! Thanks for the response. I think this is a crucial feature! The impression I got from the adobe keynote was that CC can replace classic Lightroom. It can’t if some elementary functions are missing!
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Marketing people are always overly enthusiastic! ;) It can replace Classic for some people - but certainly not everyone anytime soon.
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Warren DuBose

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Hi Rick and Victoria,

Trying not to beat a dead horse but where are we at with the copy adjustments? Is it on the roadmap? Do you know? Is Adobe listening? I don't think anyone believed there would be feature parity between Lightroom CC and Classic on day one but I'll go out on a limb to say that everybody thought some form of CopyPaste/Sync option would have been delivered in the initial release. Or how about 6 mos later. We're not asking for an obscure import functionality that only 5 people in the world would use. People keep referring to Classic as the professional edition and Lightroom CC for more casual users. Not saying that it's been posted in this thread but It's a tired excuse Classic grew because it was the ONLY viable solution on the market. Thanks for reading my frustration. I humbly submit.... This is where being locked in to a subscription service begins to suck and I love the Adobe eco system.
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Adobe doesn't preannounce new features, so we're very very limited in what we can say Warren, but I can vouch for the fact Adobe's very aware of this very popular request and is listening. 
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Victoria,

Thanks for the education.